Thursday 24 January 2019

Europe’s Richest Country Has No Airport Or Trains

Ransacked after two world wars, the tiny nation of Liechtenstein spent much of the first half of the 20th century decidedly strapped for cash. The European country was struggling to get by as a mostly agriculture-based economy, leaving its ruling family forced to sell off its Old Master paintings to the highest bidder.
Now, Liechtenstein, which today (Jan. 23) celebrates the 300th anniversary of the principality’s creation, is thriving. The country is the world’s richest country per capita, driven by a 12.5% corporate tax rate—among the lowest in the continent—and freewheeling incorporation rules resulting in many holding companies establishing offices in the country’s capital, Vaduz.

Friday 18 January 2019

Kenya's Nairobi Hotel Attack

Kenyan security forces have killed the militants who stormed an upscale Nairobi hotel compound, taking at least 14 lives and forcing hundreds of others to make terrifying escapes, the government said Wednesday.

More than 700 civilians were evacuated from the Dusit D2 complex after a 20-hour siege that echoed a 2013 assault that killed 67 people in Nairobi’s Westgate shopping center in the same neighborhood.

Some people hid under desks as bullets shattered plate-glass doors. Others jumped from windows or ran out under fire.

Thursday 17 January 2019

Saudi Teenager Granted Asylum In Canada

Canada's Foreign Minister said Saturday, after a young Saudi women fled to Canada out of fear for her life, that Canada believes "very strongly that women's rights are human rights."

Eighteen-year-old Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun was greeted by Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland as she arrived from Thailand in the Canadian city of Toronto Saturday morning via Seoul, South Korea.

Canada granted Alqunun asylum after she fled her family out of fear for her life.

"It is absolutely the case that there are many women, far, far too many women who are in dangerous situations, both in Canada and around the world," Freeland told reporters at a Toronto airport shortly after Alqunun's arrival. "For a single woman or girl to be in a dangerous situation is one too many."

Tuesday 15 January 2019


MC Oluomo is the one trending online now. Oun l'omo tiwon soro e lowolowo. Owo meji l'oke f'enikan. O ya gbefun.
Give it to MC Oluomo. He succeeded at what he does best, that is, "thuggery".
Children studying abroad, houses in upscale neighborhoods in Nigeria and America, beautiful women as wives, hobnob with creme-de-la-creme, who is who in the society, a popular socialite and all that.

Visit the hospital where he is obtaining treatment, you will see armed policemen on stand watching over him, politicians of great repute trooping in droves to register their solidarity and presence, he is getting first class treatment and everyone in attendance praying and hoping that MC Oluomo must not die.

Monday 14 January 2019


“Celebrating Ij"
“Be happy! Today is the day you were brought into this world to be a blessing and inspiration to the people around you! You are a wonderful person! May you be given more birthdays to fulfill all of your dreams!”

Monday 7 January 2019

Google:13 Facts You Did Not Know About The Largest Internet Company In The World

The world’s biggest internet company Google 

Here are 12 facts about google you should know
1. No one knows the birthday of Google
Concerning today's Doodle – when is Google’s birthday? – can't be answered categorically. The company has six birthdays, at least, and recently just decided to start celebrating it on 27 September.

2. A T-Rex can be found on Google's Campus, and its message is a little terrifying
There is a huge model of a T-Rex skeleton on the company's campus, which is supposed to remind employees not to let the company go extinct.

3. There is a T-Rex game hidden in Google Chrome
And that's not the end to the T-Rex. if chrome does not have an internet connection, it would show a warning information that its not connected and just beside it is the picture of a dinosaur.
And if you press the space bar while showing this, it will start a game in which you run along as the dinosaur, jumping over obstacles by pressing the space bar . The game doesn't end, because all of the obstacles are generated by the it keeps on generating.

Friday 4 January 2019

Make Self-Care A Priority To Combat Stress

There are many challenges to being a high-powered entrepreneur or professional in the modern economy, but there’s one that towers above the rest in the terms of its negative impact on physical and mental well-being: stress. You’ve likely struggled with it at work and afterward.

While a holiday would do wonders, it’s hardly an option except for a few times a year at best. Fortunately, there are self-care tactics you can practice every day to get the relief you need, and they’ll make you happier, healthier, and more confident to boot. Here are a few suggestions.

Go Outdoors

If you spend a few an hour in the park on your lunch break, what happens? You enjoy the sunshine while having a pleasant walk. Also, you become more relaxed as your stress levels drop and you develop a sense of connection with your surroundings, according to ZME Science. The effects are even greater if you go beyond the city to the coast or the countryside, which is a wonderful way to spend a Saturday afternoon.